This video will explain what bond markets are. A bond market is a marketplace where investors buy debt securities brought to the market by governmental entities or corporations. The bond market is broadly segmented into two silos: the primary market, which yields the creation of brand-new debt securities, and the secondary market, which deals with securities that have already been sold in the primary market are then bought and sold at a later date. The general bond market can be segmented into the different bond classifications. For more on the various types of bond markets, watch this video.